We teamed up with Bradley Schuber, a senior associate with the Kriger Law Firm, and Craig Schlumbaum, the president and founder of Pacific Construction Analysts, to present a 60 -minute webinar passing along everything we know on the subject: “SENATE BILL 326 – THE BALCONY BILL”
Learn how these changes affect you and your community in this video webinar.
In this LIVE stream we covered topics ranging:
He outlines new requirements for solar energy systems, adopting new homeowner associations (HOAs) rules and other requirements that relate to homeowner associations.
He outlines updates related to CC&Rs, maintenance liens, notice of foreclosures, restrictions on commercial solicitation, and more as it affects common interest developments.
Laurie Poole from Peters & Friedman, LLP discusses solar panel installation regulations for multi-unit housing.
She explains what new legislation means for multi-unit housing developments regarding equipment installation for solar energy.
Luis Ventura from Kriger Law Firm joins CBM for an HOA law Q&A session of Facebook Live!
We dedicated this episode to our communities and expanded our segment to include an open Q&A session for our viewers.
Mike provides solutions for association managers to create landscape and irrigation systems that are water-wise, energy efficient, and overall eco-friendly to address how to maximize water saving and minimize water expenditure.
Kriger outlines what to look for before you enter into a contract with an outside vendor, including licenses, insurance, and your homeowner assocation’s (HOA’s) governing documents.
He defines what a drought entails, the new legislation and bills revolving around the recent drought in California, and which bills negatively affect association managers.
With the growing popularity of solar energy, California has passed the CA Solar Rights act, Bradley Schuber outlines what that means for installation restrictions in common-interest developments and what the exceptions are.
She outlines adjusting CC&Rs and how the rules and regulations can support the association manager’s efforts in regulating and monitoring this issue.